One day eggs are bad for you and the next they’re fine. Saturated fat is bad for you, but wait, no it’s not. What’s with all the mixed messages? Don’t scientist know what they are doing? Well, the problem doesn’t lie in the scientists, but in the way the research is interpreted by the media.
Here’s one of my favourite core exercises. Not only do you get a nice hip flexor stretch (who all can benefit from!), but you also train better lumbopelvic control and synergy between the glutes and abdominals. Here’s how to do it: Kneel perpendicular to an adjustable cable machine with your inside knee down. Place your
This week, Competitor.com posted my 3rd episode of the Coach’s Corner, Troubleshooting the Deadlift. You can find the link HERE. Due to video-length restrictions, I had to keep the video to ~3-minutes long. I wanted runners and viewers to see the parts that were edited out, hence this post. Here is the full length, unedited
A few weeks ago, I was pleasantly surprised when I received an email asking me to review a running documentary called Desert Runners. I watched the trailer and was immediately intrigued. The film follows a group of athletes as they complete RacingthePlanet’s Four Deserts Grand Slam, the most difficult desert ultra-marathon series on Earth. The
I ran competitively for 9 years. I raced distances from the 800m on the track to 10km on the road. Known for it’s high incidence of overuse injuries, the running daemons got me twice – once I rolled my ankle (3rd degree sprain; obviously not an overuse injury) and another time I had IT Band